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Hello,As i research about HIV blood-borne transmission, ns can discover it unsure in several issues about CUTS. You re welcome explain below questions (in my order) to help me lull my anxiety:1. Ns learned the HIV virus cannot be transmitted through "superficial cuts". Well, how have the right to we exactly think about a cut/wound "superficial cuts" ? because that example, document cuts, razor cuts or several-millimeter cuts room "superficial cuts" right?2. I also learned that HIV have to penetrate straight to the bloodstream to infect someone. Please describe me that, in situation of an extremely negligible cuts choose cuts caused by razor throughout shaving, they might actually bleed (of course they bleed not much, protect against bleeding in seconds, perform not need band-aid and never leave scars in ~ all); or also there"s no any blood come the end from those cuts, lock are much more likely a "scratch". So have the right to those cuts be "superficial cuts" and also impossible to transmit the virus??3. Again, ns learned the a threat would it is in posed as soon as a significant AMOUNT the CONTAMINATED BLOOD in reality exchange v a "OPEN, FRESH and DEEP CUT" which actively bleed that need stitching or lengthy pressure to protect against the blood comes out. Please explain me how significant amount that blood is required to it is in a risk? (can couples of small blood drops be enough?). How have the right to you specify a kind of open, fresh and deep cut?4. Finally, practically, in instance I walk to a barbershop, the barber shaves my beard and also unintentionally reduced me a little (that type of reduced is much more likely a scratch because it does not visibly bleed). Assumed the the razor is used and have contaminated blood of ahead customer the used pair SECONDS prior to me, deserve to it it is in a PRACTICAL means to transmit the HIV virus? you re welcome explain. (watch out the suspect time and also condition of mine cut)
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Hello There,Thank you for posting ~ above the AIDS Vancouver sommos.net Forum.I will address you inquiries in the bespeak you have actually presented them.1. Yes the is correct. Superficial cuts room cuts that barely space visible on the surface of the skin and is not deep wherein it is hollow v flesh mirroring or excessive quantities of blood gushing out of the wound.2. Correct these cuts cannot transmit HIV. The factor behind that is due to the fact that HIV die upon exposure come air, secondly it requirements to have direct access to your bloodstream. By touching blood, no transmission has actually occur due to the fact that skin is a great barrier for HIV transmission. There to be no shown reports of having actually cuts gift a an approach of infection except throughout one knife fight wherein there to be plenty the infected blood the has gone into the system of the uninfected individual. 3. There is no certain amount that i can offer you that would be thought about significant. However, you require to additionally be aware of the reality that no matter how much or how small of contaminated blood is present, the still demands to have accessibility to your bloodstream. It additionally needs no to be exposed come air because HIV is a weak virus and can only live in a regulated environment favor the within of the body and the barrel that a syringe. 4. No it cannot due to the fact that there was no direct accessibility to your bloodstream and with the contaminated blood being on the razor seconds before you have actually exposed to it, the HIV virus would have died by then and is not energetic for transmission. Expect this helps!Please permit us know if we can provide any more information. Or if you would favor to call and also speak to someone at the sommos.net, you have the right to do so anonymously and also confidentially by phone call 604-696-4666, Monday-Friday in between 10am-4pm.All the Best,ReemanAIDS Vancouver sommos.net Volunteer
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